Biafra Nnamdi Kanu by the Department of State Services. In his ruling today, Monday, September 26, Tsoho said: “I deem it unnecessary to allow the learned DPP (director of public prosecution) M. Labaran to make any response.”
Tsoho’s statement came after counsel to the defendants Chuks Muoma informed the judge of a petition against him before the National Judicial Council (NJC).
The petition sent to NJC by Kanu queried the judge’s conflicting ruling on an application by the DSS to conduct a secret trial for him (Kanu). Also, during the ruling, Kanu who was initially absent was brought into the court dressed in an all white attire by the prison wardens.
The judge said: “Luckily, the procedure would have been to await the response of the NJC.” The judge however said any action by the court would preempt the decision of the judicial council.
He also said the defense team is focused on stampeding the court before the decision of the NJC. “This court is minded not to prolong the